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Samsung Chief Lee Arrested in Corruption Investigation

Samsung Chief Lee Arrested in Corruption Investigation

Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee was arrested on Friday, a South Korean court said, over his alleged role in a corruption scandal that led parliament to impeach President Park Geun-hye.More...

Yemenis condemn Saudi bombing of funeral

Yemenis condemn Saudi bombing of funeral

The United Nations and Yemeni officials have censured a Saudi strike that targeted a funeral ceremony near capital Sana’a, killing nine women and a child.More...

ZTE Warns of Impact of US Sanction Settlement Penalties

ZTE Warns of Impact of US Sanction Settlement Penalties

Chinese telecom equipment maker ZTE Corp warned on Tuesday that penalties it expects to incur for allegedly breaking US sanctions against Iran could impact its results.More...

Money, greed drive West support for S Arabia’

Money, greed drive West support for S Arabia’

The United Kingdom is known to have been a major arms supplier to Saudi Arabia, a country which has been waging a bloody military aggression against its southern neighbor Yemen. Only recently, a newly-revealed report indicated that British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson had issued explicit directives, calling on the government to continue supplying the Persian Gulf monarchy with deadly weapons. Press TV has asked two experts why they believe the British government has refused to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia which has been blamed for massive human losses and the utter decimation of infrastructure in Yemen.More...

Myanmar police to probe allegations of abuse against Muslim Rohingyas

Myanmar police to probe allegations of abuse against Muslim Rohingyas

Myanmar’s police are to conduct a “departmental enquiry” to determine whether law enforcement officers have committed human rights violations against the Muslim Rohingyas in the Buddhist-majority country.More...

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